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Moscow Terrorist Attack: ISIS took responsibility for the terrorist attack on Moscow leader









Leaders Online Desk: Unknown assailants dressed as military personnel indiscriminately opened fire and bombarded the Crocus City Hall in Moscow during a concert. At least 70 people were killed, while more than 150 people were injured. The number of dead and injured is feared to increase. A huge fire broke out in the hall as the terrorists threw explosives. The Russian government has declared it a terrorist attack. (Moscow Terrorist Attack)

70 people died in the firing, while more than 115 were injured

According to information, on Friday (22nd) evening, unknown assailants opened fire at Crocus City Hall (Concert Hall) in Krasnogosark, Moscow Region, Russia. Many people have died and many people have been injured in this terrorist attack. According to information received, 70 people have died in this firing, while more than 115 people have been injured. The attack was carried out by five unknown persons. Police and other agencies are present near the scene after the attack. Apart from this, they are also watching through helicopters. Apart from this, special forces of the Russian army have also reached Crocus City Hall.

Moscow Terrorist Attack : All events cancelled

Eyewitnesses said gunmen entered the hall. While more than three thousand spectators were enjoying the event, the trio suddenly started firing indiscriminately. Bombs were also thrown at the terrified spectators. So there was a confusion. Due to the attack, all weekend events in Russia have been cancelled. This also includes Holi events. The terrorist organization ISIS has claimed responsibility for this attack.

The biggest attack in two decades

It is not yet clear from which direction the attackers went. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin called it a 'great tragedy' and said Russia's top investigative agency was investigating the attack as a terrorist attack. The attack is being described as Russia's deadliest terrorist attack in two decades.

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